Multiferroic materials and their potentiality in Magnon Spintronics

Nell'ambito dei seminari di area di "Fisica della Materia",

Il giorno Martedì 06 dicembre 2016, alle ore 15.00 presso l'Aula 2G27 del Dipartimento di Fisica “E. Pancini”, Complesso Universitario di Monte Sant'Angelo,

la Dr.ssa Gabriella Maria De Luca, Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Comp. Univ. di Monte Sant' Angelo, and CNR - SPIN, Napoli,

terra' un seminario dal titolo:

Multiferroic materials and their potentiality in Magnon Spintronics

Abstract - "In  the last years, the development of systems employing particles or quasi particles as information carriers with zero dissipation is attracting big interest inside the scientific community. In this framework, the physicists are pointing their attention on multiferroic magneto-electric (ME) materials, considered now the key materials of new dissipationless electronics. Indeed, ME effect has attracted, since the beginning, a large interest due to the cross coupling between magnetic properties and electric field: it is possible to control the magnetic properties by an electric field and vice-versa, realizing devices with minimal power consumption and low cost. In this seminar, it will be shown first results on ME coupling in multiferroic BiMnO3 thin films, using XMCD, XMLD and XLD synchrotron based techniques, 

demonstrating their potentiality in the field of magnon spintronics."

I proponenti

Prof. Giampiero Pepe

Prof. Raffaele Velotta

SPIN belongs to
Cnr - Department of Physical Sciences
and Technologies of Matter